Clemson recruit Martavis Bryant made all the necessary test scores, but one of his high school classes will not count for credit.
This means the prized four-star wide receiver from Anderson, SC will have to wait until at least January to enroll at Clemson because he falls one credit short of qualifying to attend.
Sure, it's possible that Bryant may have not seen much action in his freshman year anyway, but it's frustrating that this is the result of what seems to be a technicality.
Plus, with the uncertainty surrounding Clemson's receiving corps, you never know who was going to get a chance to contribute this season.
Bryant will spend the next semester at Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia and will likely try to enroll at Clemson for the spring semester.